[ UK /ɛkspɹˈɛsɪvnəs/ ]
  1. the quality of being expressive
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How To Use expressiveness In A Sentence

  • Crying is part of our natural expressiveness.
  • A particularly attractive feature of the notation is its expressiveness.
  • Languages seem to maintain a balance in expressiveness and grammatical complexity over time.
  • The patient elaboration of after-years wrought into consummate expressiveness the donnee of that hour. Robert Browning
  • Thus, in the coloratura passages of Mozart's arias, I have always sought to gain expressiveness by _crescendi_, choice of significant points for breathing, and breaking off of phrases. How to Sing [Meine Gesangskunst]
  • This does not in any way mean suppressing authentic and appropriate emotional expressiveness, which is part of the primary goal of Bowen therapy.
  • The particular blend of instrumentality and expressiveness for given individuals is a matter for empirical investigation.
  • Her beautiful looks and elegant acting were matched by rich tone, expressiveness, and virtuoso technique, which can be heard in her recordings.
  • So, in this article I'll show you how to combine Groovy with Ant inside Maven for greater expressiveness and a finer degree of behavioral control in the build process.
  • Although they are very different languages, FORTH has a very similar philosophy to LISP; both emphasise maximal expressiveness in a minimal set of orthogonal primitives, helped extensively by helpings of metaprogramming, low-cost abstraction, and no inherent separation between 'inbuilt' and 'user' facilities of the language. Snell-Pym » FORTH
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